Crystal River City Hall File Photo

Crystal River City Hall pictured along U.S. 19 in Crystal River.

Signage, Hunter Springs Park hours and the water quality of King’s Bay became the main talking points at Crystal River City Council’s latest meeting.

Here’s what happened the evening of Monday, Sept. 12:

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